When I think of hack n’ slash action games, the first thing that pops into my head is a cheeky and charismatic protagonist. When I think back on why this is, I credit it to the key games that got me into the genre, Devil […]

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Attack on Titan 2’s concepts are sound, much like they were in the original, but it’s difficult to recommend the sequel to anyone who already played Wings of Freedom or who isn’t a fan of the anime. While the combat is undeniably enjoyable for the […]

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As a long time fan of Monster Hunter, words can’t express just how pleased I am with Monster Hunter: World. The move to current generation consoles does nothing but wonders for all the areas and monsters you’ll encounter during your playthrough, and it’s amazing just […]

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Life is Strange: Before the Storm is undoubtedly a risk that Square Enix didn’t need to take. The original Life is Strange ended in a way that left fans expecting nothing more, so the prequel’s announcement came as quite a surprise. Thankfully, newcomers Deck Nine […]

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Ōkami HD Review

With its simple yet well-executed story, Ōkami is a unique experience supported by a charming cast of characters who will never fail to put a smile on your face. It also serves as proof that that even among today’s trends, progression in an open-world game […]

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It’s always interesting to see and who and what indie developers take inspiration from when creating their games. When I sat down to play Ballad of Crater, I instantly noticed the queues it had taken from games like Dark Souls and The Legend of Zelda. […]

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Like many, the Star Wars franchise is dear to me, and I’m disappointed EA let their plans for monetisation and a rush to meet deadlines get the better of them with Battlefront II. The controversy surrounding the game has been well warranted, and I can […]

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Puzzle platformers aren’t something we see a lot of nowadays. They’re always few and far in between, but when they do come about, they’re usually quite inventive. That was the vibe I got from Project: Singularity, which is a co-op puzzle platformer developed by a […]

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Sonic Forces Review

At the end of the day, I can’t recommend Sonic Forces unless you’re a fan whose learned to look past the shortcomings of these games – especially when Sonic Mania is so good at half the price. I can see what Team Sonic was aiming […]

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Fire Emblem Warriors is a niche title, so it’s definitely not going to be for everyone. I can only really recommend it to Fire Emblem fans, and even then, only those fans who enjoy this type of game. Nevertheless, it does successfully pull together many […]

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